Six months of Thai political crisis = Martial Law = Democracy in Limbo

Thai army chief, Prayuth, today, invoked Martial Law, and so far, media and protest freedom has been curbed. Prayuth cited an intention to keep law and order in Thailand, as Thailand, according to many local and global press, was entering a crunch-time, as Democracy & the Establishment’s Suthep brand of Fascism, were on collusion course.…

Thai elders: “There is only buying time, to keep the Shinawatra out of Thai politics” (Up-Date 3)

A few days ago, I was told of a story, about an attempt to break Thailand “Political Grid-Lock.” A Chulalongkorn University, where the university is a staunch Royalist that is anti-Shinawatra and support Suthep’s PDRC, engineer department graduate, where the department is one of the most influential academic department in Thailand, where the graduate also…

Risk Assessment? Reuters caution Thai stock market brushing aside “Election Nullification”

The Thai crisis is difficult for many to understand, and risk assessment is difficult. On Friday, the constitutional court voided and nullified the February 2nd election result, participated by about 20 million Thais that most analyst say, Pheu Thai Party and Yingluck won again. Rating agency Standard and Poor’s took a view, told Reuters, quote:…

How involved is Thai Army chief, Prayuth, in arming Fascist Suthep’s movement?

  Thailand’s most popular and respected weekly magazine, Matichon Weekly, cover for this week, is a picture of Thai army chief Prayuth, imposed on a back-ground of split in the middle Red Color and Yellow Color, where of course, in Thailand, Red means democracy, liberty and justice and Yellow means traditional elite. On the cover…

Red Shirts change leader for battle against Bangkok’s establishment “In-Justice”

Thailand’s political risk is sky-rocketing! A few days ago, several local press reports Thailand’s army chief, Prayuth, saying he will not allow anyone to trample Thailand’s courts or independent units, and will protect justice in Thailand. Yesterday, Prem, Thailand’s privy council, told Prayuth that the Thai military is where the Thai people place their last…